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Links 1 through 5 of 5 by Mark Wagner tagged mmorpg

A blog that "discusses the business of online worlds." Be sure to check out their online world atlas - a collection of information on various online worlds - including many that look education friendly.

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Clark Quinn writes about MMORPGs as learning environments and touches on several key themes. Be sure to check out the link in the comments as well.

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I think someone tweeted this in the morning. I just read it this evening. It's an article about being a pacifist in World of Warcraft (progressing through levels without killing) with very cool implications for educational MMORPGs.

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NASA released a study about "Research Challenges in the Design of Massively Multiplayer Games for Education and Training." Thanks again to injenuity for the link.

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One of my Google New Alerts turned this up: "Online role-playing games, which take players on explorations of medieval fantasy worlds, are showing the potential to be a powerful tool for ESL learning."

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